Magnimar's many threats emerge from the shadows as Kyra faces a deadly assassin and Merisiel must decide between her past and present lives. It's divide and conquer as the Pathfinder heroes are pulled apart.
Halfway through this miniseries and there have been plenty of plot/character developments that have kept this story interesting and fast paced. However, this issue may have tried to include too much which resulted in some scenes being rushed. Zub has still done a great job balancing the multiple stories, but this rushed issue was inevitable with everything going on. That being said, the art was still fantastic and the story has been interesting and unique, and if a fast paced, slightly rushed issue is the worst thing this series has to offer, then it's doing just fine. Read Full Review
If you are a fan of the Pathfinder RPG then you will certainly enjoy this comic. City of Secrets takes characters who you are already familiar with and breathes life into them in a way that opens up whole new ways for you to play the game. It's not perfect by any means and with the characters just settling in back home the story does take a little time to get going. But if it continues to do well then The Bards will be singing songs of these tales for years to come. Read Full Review